Local Cancer Community Events & Activities!

Local Cancer Community events including Survive, Thrive & Be Fit activities and Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund fundraising efforts are listed here, so make sure to come back and check regularly! 

Current Issue of the "Local Cancer Community Update"!

Local Cancer Community Calendar of Events & Activities

For details go to the main EVENTS page and view the related info, flyer(s) or Calendar of Upcoming Events & Activities in the CURRENT ISSUE OF THE LOCAL CANCER COMMUNITY UPDATE!

TLC VIRTUAL Local Cancer Community Update (via Zoom)!

Purpose: VIRTUAL opportunities to casually connect with area cancer patients/survivors and co-survivors that includes a brief "check-in" followed by topical or open discussion!

For details go to the main EVENTS page and view the related info, flyer(s) or Calendar of Upcoming Events & Activities in the CURRENT ISSUE OF THE LOCAL CANCER COMMUNITY UPDATE!

Survive, Thrive & Be Fit VIRTUAL Gentle Yoga for Cancer Survivors!

In many ways yoga and tai chi are similar and in many ways they are very different! In yoga, each posture is held for a period of time (depending on the style of yoga). Tai chi consists of slow relaxed movements with no pauses from one posture to the next. Both practices heavily focus on using the breath to find inner stillness. Both practices promote many of the same health benefits including improved aerobic capacity, balance and flexibility as well as increased energy and stamina. Both practices are useful for alleviating stress, improving attention and concentration while promoting calmness and relaxation. It is likely either exercise will make you feel healthier, mind and body, you just have to decide to practice one or both!

For details go to the main EVENTS page and view the related info, flyer(s) or Calendar of Upcoming Events & Activities in the CURRENT ISSUE OF THE LOCAL CANCER COMMUNITY UPDATE!

ST&BF VIRTUAL Introductory Tai Chi for Cancer Survivors!

In many ways yoga and tai chi are similar and in many ways they are very different! In yoga, each posture is held for a period of time (depending on the style of yoga). Tai chi consists of slow relaxed movements with no pauses from one posture to the next. Both practices heavily focus on using the breath to find inner stillness. Both practices promote many of the same health benefits including improved aerobic capacity, balance and flexibility as well as increased energy and stamina. Both practices are useful for alleviating stress, improving attention and concentration while promoting calmness and relaxation. It is likely either exercise will make you feel healthier, mind and body, you just have to decide to practice one or both!

For details go to the main EVENTS page and view the related info, flyer(s) or Calendar of Upcoming Events & Activities in the CURRENT ISSUE OF THE LOCAL CANCER COMMUNITY UPDATE!

TLC VIRTUAL Survivorship Can Be Fun Workshop with Bob the Builder!

Tuesday, December 1st at 630P or Wednesday, December 2nd at 930A!

“Bob the Builder” Hartig will lead us as we build a Desk Caddy that requires NO NAILS, NO SCREWS and NO GLUE! Must register in advance and pick up materials prior to session!

See photos from previous "Bob the Builder" workshop projects here: https://scccf.org/contest?c=su...

ST&BF “Active Survivors of Sheboygan” Activity Log

You choose the activity to participate in and the intensity that is best for your current level of fitness! Record your daily exercise and activity on the log and submit them to earn ST&BF Activity Points!

Click on "VIEW PDF" for 2021 Active Survivors of Sheboygan Log Sheets (PDF)!

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ST&BF 2021 “Cumulative” Walk/Run or Bike! (Spring)

What is a Cumulative Walk/Run? No need to walk/run the entire distance at one time! Complete shorter segments as you work to complete either a Half Marathon (13.1 mi) or Marathon (26.2 mi) distance!

What is a Cumulative Bike Ride? Total your rides to complete one or more century(s) (100 miles) and/or metric century(s) (100 kilometers)!

Participation Dates: Saturday, March 20th through Saturday, June 19th.

Coins for Cancer Care!

I appeal to your CENT-cere CENTS of generosity and request your com-PENNY in providing e-CENT-ial funding to SCCCF through which we can continue to ac-CENT-uate the lives of many magnifi-CENT cancer patients and survivors within our CENT-sational community!

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